We have a virtual appliance running ACS 5.3 and would like to be able to have some logs (such as RAIDUS pass/failed attempts) retained for several months.
When I look for the current logs on the appliance, it's configured for 7 days of retention and I only see about 24-48 hours worth of log data which I am guessing is due to the volume of activity we have. (I believe the logs use circular logging and a limit of 5MB?)
In order to retain a few months worth of logs, can we change the value from 7 days to 90 days without overloading the system? The current load seems to be about 1-2% of CPU but about 70-75% of memory.
Since this is a virtual appliance, can we easily add more CPU, memory, & storage to compensate for the extra logging information? Based on this link, it sounds like it only can use 500GB.
You can configure either the primary server or the secondary server to be the logging server for ACS. Cisco recommends that you configure a secondary ACS server as the logging server.
Either a primary server or one of the secondary servers can function as a logging server.
The logging server receives the logs from the primary server and all the ACS secondary servers in the deployment. Cisco recommends that you allocate one of the ACS secondary servers as the Monitoring and Report server and exclude this particular secondary server from the AAA activities.
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